Joyce talks about the poverty she faced growing up in a single parent household in the 1940s including some detail about air raid shelters and the war. She discusses meeting her husband and her social life around the dance halls and cinemas in Hull and briefly mentions life as a docker’s wife and the strikes. Childbirth in the 1950s and infant mortality are also touched upon before she finally talks about her travels worldwide and Hull and its people.
|Year of Birth||1932|
|Location:||Unity in Community, Endike Lane|
|Date of Interview:||04/02/16|
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